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ST. MARY'S JUNIOR COLLEGE 




St. Mary's Junior College Library 



'You Would Measure Time the 
Measureless and the Immeasurable 





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"For Life Goes Not Backward 
Nor Tarries with Yesterday . . 





'For Self Is a Sea Boundless 
and Measureless . . ." 




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'And Knows That Yesterday Is but 
Today's Memory and Tomorrow 
Is Today's Dream . . ." 





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Stagecoach 

NINETEEN HUNDRED SIXTY FIVE 
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Administration and 

Faculty 14 

Activities 28 

Classes 74 

Advertisements 136 







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One who teaches is endowed with a special trust — the stimulation of young minds. 
Filling these minds with an endless variety of soon-to-be-forgotten facts and data is 
a simple procedure. It is a far greater and more significant task for a teacher to 
arouse curiosity and an eagerness to learn in his students. This undertaking may of- 
ten prove frustrating, but, the joy a student expresses when he sees ideas take 
shape, followed by the unmistakable glow of understanding that engulfs his face, 
is the true teacher's reward for his efforts. 

The teacher must remember, however, that he cannot endue every student with a 
genuine appreciation of learning or transform every student into a scholar. Nev- 
ertheless, those whom he has helped to view, more clearly, the complexities of this 
life, will remember what he has taught and will pass this knowledge on to others, 
for the influence of a teacher never ends. 

For her rendering of this method of teaching and for her interest in what her stu- 
dents make of themselves, the students of St. Mary's Junior College gratefully 
dedicate the 1966 Stagecoach to Martha S. Stoops. 




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the Course of Your Spirit According 
to Hours and Seasons . . ." 



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Administration 

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Faculty 




Richard G. Stone 
President 





". . . the teacher who walks in the shadow of the 
temple, among his followers, gives not of his wisdom 
but rather of his faith and his lovingness ..." 





The Rev. Grant Folmsbee 
Chaplain 



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Miss Edith A. Richardson 
Dean of Students 




Mr. John U. Tate, Jr. 
Chairman 





Miss Sara Esther Jones 




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Mrs. John W. Cell 



Mrs. David W. Pancoast 




English Department 



Miss Sue Ross 



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Language Department 




Miss Florence Jean Eggert 




Mrs. J. Leroy Smith 






Mrs. Harry Zepp 




Mr. Walter George 



Mr. Robert Lee G. Connelly, 
Chairman 



Miss Ann Eliza Brewer 



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Dr. Owens Hand Browne 



Miss Mary Oliver Ellington 




Science Department 



Mrs. Frederick F. Fish 



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Mathematics Department 





Mr. Joseph A. Glover 



Mrs. Russell Broughton 




Miss Ruth Lineberry 



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Social Science and Religion Department 




The Rev. Grant Folmsbee 






Dr. Mabel M. Morrison 
Chairman 




Miss Marguerite Kiely 



Dr Richard G. Stone 



Mrs. Robert F. Stoops 



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Mrs. Mary Jane Smith 





Mr. Donald Peery 




Miss Geraldine Cale 



Miss Mary Ruth Haig 
Chairman 




Music Department 



Mr. Stephen Young 



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Mrs. E. L. Stamey 



Art and Dramatics Department 



Mrs. Ben F. Williams 



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Physical Education 
Department 




Mrs. William J. Bailey 




Mrs. Billy Ban- 




Miss Mary Louise Jones, 
Chairman 



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Staff 



Miss Jane Augustine, Alumnae Secretary 




Mrs. Leslie A. Smith, Switchboard Operator; Mrs. Hoyle F. Beam, Book- 
store and Post Office Manager. 



Miss Frances Vann, Bursar; Miss Julia Jordan, Purchasing Officer; Miss 
Elizabeth G. Tucker, Registrar; Mr. Hersel M. Bixler, Director of 
Development. 



Miss Charity Moody, Mrs. Juanita H. Hamm, Mrs. Anne K. Harrington, 
Secretaries. 




Mrs. Anne P. 
Stephenson, 
Secretary to 
Dean 




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Mrs. Harlan C. Brown, Librarian, Mrs. 
Owens Hand Browne. Assistant Librarian. 



Mr. Robert F. Rowe, Food Service 
Manager. 



Mrs. Clarence E. Smith, R.N., Resident Nurse; Dr. Chauncey 
L. Royster, M.D., College Physician; Mrs. Macy S. Upchurch, 
R.N., Assistant Nurse. 



Staff 




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Mrs. Ruth P. Pendergraph, Mrs. Christine D. Johnson, 
Resident Counselors; Miss Margaret Sasser, Hostess. 
Not Pictured: Miss I.T. Richardson, Resident Counselor; 
Miss Kathenne Adams, Housekeeper. 



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A ctivities 




Student Government 
Association 



The Student Government Association is the wielding force 
of St. Mary's. Upon her arrival at St. Mary's, each student 
becomes a member of Student Government and is ex- 
pected to fulfill her obligations and responsibilities toward 
this governing organ. With the full cooperation and sup- 
port of the students and their recognition and acceptance 
of the Honor Code, the Student Government is able to 
function in the best interests of the school. 

The Student Government Association is headed by three 
officers: the President, the Vice-President, and the Secre : 
tary. Under its jurisdiction are the Honor Board, the Hall 
Council, and the Legislative Body. 




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Frances Lewis, Vice-President 



Susan Kip. Secretary-Treasurer 




Alice Tripp, Secretary of 
Hali Council 




Evelyn Martin. Chairman of Hall Council 



Charlotte Atkinson 
President of Day Students 







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Honor Board 



The Honor Board is a branch of the Student Government 
Association that deals with violations of the Honor Code. 
The Honor Board reviews and deliberates upon all aspects 
of a case, and, after voting by its members, reaches a 
decision that is presented to the members of Student 
Government. In the interest of students involved in such 
cases, discretion concerning certain information is main- 
tained. With its efforts, the Honor Board contributes to 
the feeling that honesty is the personal responsibility of 
every St. Mary's student. 



Roslyn Bowers, Chairman 

Francis Lewis, Vice-President 
Susan Kip, Secretary 
Meg Christian, Senior 
Margaret Stevens, Junior Molly Leary, Junior 

Mary Clark Whittle, Underclassman 

Miss Ann Eliza Brewer, Faculty 

Miss Mary Oliver Ellington, Faculty 

Mrs. Ben F. Williams, Faculty 




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Gayle Boineu, Secretary 
Francis Lewis, Chairman 



The Legislative Body, composed of faculty 
members and representatives from each class, 
serves as the third branch of Student Gov- 
ernment. Proposals for changes of certain 
regulations, submitted by the students, are 
carefully studied and voted upon by the 
Legislative Body. In addition, during the 
course of the school year, its members re- 
view and make any necessary changes in 
the school constitution. The Legislative Body 
strives to emphasize the direct involvement 
that St. Mary's students have in Student 
Government. 



Charlotte Atkinson 
Roslyn Bowers 
Molly Grady 
Georgia Herbert 
Rae Herrin 
Betty Kellogg 



Betsy McAlister 
Lucille McKee 
Evelyn Martin 
Marty Mebane 
Jean Muchmore 
Gail Swann 



Miss Mary Louise Jones, Faculty 
Miss Ruth Lineberry. Faculty 
Miss Edith A. Richardson, Dean of Students 



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Hall Council 



An important part of the Student Government Associa- 
tion at St. Mary's is the branch of Hall Council. It is 
composed of the Chairman, the Secretary, the Assistant 
Secretary of Hall Council; the President of the Student 
Government Association: the President of the Day Stu- 



dents and two counselors from each resident hall plus 
three day student counselors. To be chosen as a counselor 
a girl must possess the qualities of character, dependabili- 
ty, understanding, and patience. Counselors are impor- 
tant not only in helping girls adjust to their new life at 




FIRST ROM': Memory Rockwell. Linda Wooton, Liz Douglas. Judy 
Rogers. Julie Dunn, Margaret Anderson, Ann James. Carolyn Crowder. 
SECOND ROW: Nancy Hammond, Marcia Separk. Martha Myers. Al- 
ice Purdie. Ann Simmons, Susan Crabtree, Gail Boineau. Gina Root. 
Heather Kilpatrick, Cheryl Koening. Charlotte Atkinson, Lucy Brown. 
Marie Kirksy, Ann Evans, Leslie Wharton. 



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St. Mary's but also serve as a valuable and essential 
friend to each girl at St. Mary's. 

The duties of Hall Council are to serve as a means of 
stressing regulations and issuing notifications to the stu- 
dents. Throuszh its two main divisions — the Disciplinary 



Committee and the Minor Offense Committee. Hall Coun- 
cil deals with offenses not under the jurisdiction of the 
Honor Board. 





FIRST ROW; rae Herrin.Stanley Smith. Roslyn Bowers, Meg Christian. Lyn Brumby. Cindy Bullard. 
SECOND ROW: Amey Parsons. Laura Fonvielle, Suzanne Poole. Shernll Griffin. Jean Muchmore. 
Susan Kip, Evelyn Martin. Sallie French. Francy Lewis. Susie Soper. Margaret Burwell 



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Marshals 



Sarah Alice King 
Elsie Lucas Barnes 



Susan Ferrell Crabtree 

Marie Kathryn Kirksey 

Chief Marshal 



Mildred Bagley Garden 
Lucy Tarlton Brown 



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Lucy Brown, Assembly Chairman 





Linda Stott, Junior; Sabra Alderman, Freshman; Debra Grove. Sophomore; 
Debbie Ellis, Senior; Dance Marshals. 



Alice Purdie, Fire Captain 



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Judy Rogers 
President 





Jean Muchmore 
Secretary' 



Charlotte Atkinson 
Treasurer 



The Circle 



Established in 1938. the Order of the Circle is a secret so- 
ciety which recognizes outstanding students in the college 
department. New members are inducted into the Circle 
during impressive midnight walks that are directed to- 
ward the circle stone outside of Holt dormitory. Circle 
members are identified by the light blue ring worn un- 
derneath the St. Mary's ring. The main project each year 
of the members is the sale of St. Mary's mugs. 

As the Circle is symbolic of unity, it is the duty of each 
member, through her character, individuality, dependabi- 
lity, and fellowship, to bring together everv branch of life 
at St. Mary's. 



Members 



Atkinson, C. 
Boineau. G. 
Bowers, R. 
Christian, M. 
Crowder. C. 
Kirksey, M. 



Martin, E. 
Muchmore. J. 
Poole. S. 
Rogers. J. 
Rountree. M. 




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Molly Richardson 
President 




Jackie Walker 
Secretary -Treasurer 



The Beacon 



The Beacon is an honorary organization that has become 
an established tradition at St. Mary's for the high school 
department. Those girls that are inducted into the Beacon 
are selected on the merit of their leadership qualities, 
character, academic achievement, and participation in ex- 
tra curricular activities. The main purpose of the Beacon 
is to promote school spirit throughtout the school, as well 
as the high school department. 

There are several traditions associated with this society: 
the lantern, the walk around campus beginning at the 
chapel and ending on the steps of Smedes, and the Bea- 
con pin. Each year, Beacon members initiate various pro- 
jects so that they may buy a gift for the school at the end 
of the year. 



Members 



Davis, S. 
Grady, M. 
Huntley, L. 
Kellogg, B. 
Nash. A. 



Smith, V. 
Tomlinson. C. 
Weber. S. 
Whittle. M. C. 



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Amey Parsons, Editor 




Marie Kirksey, Assistant Editor 




Susan Poyner, Business Manager 



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L. Sparkman, Copy Editor; B. Crawford, Typing Editor; S. Hannah, H. 
Johnson. 





A. Flynn, L. Yelton, Sports Editor; M. Mebane, M. Johnston, Organiza- 
tions Editor; S. Poole, H. Hodges. 




S. Anderson, E. Barnes, Sr. Class Editor; C. Finch, Jr. Class Editor; B. 
Bell, A. Nash, Soph. Class Editor; N. Hood, P. Joyner, S. Wright, Fresh. 
Class Editor. 



L. Friar, A. Holbrook, Photography Editor; G. Boineau, A. Lashley. 



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The Belles 



The voice of St. Mary's campus is its newspaper. The 
Belles. Within its pages are included articles on all phases 
of life at St. Mary's and further articles concerned with 
topical subjects outside of the realm of the school. The 
Belles also features photography and art work. In an 
effort to establish a new outlook this year. The Belles has 
been emphasizing the role of the student in current 
affairs. The Belles is published thirteen times a year by 
an editor, who is selected by the student body, and by 
her staff. 

Belles Staff 
Lesley Wharton — Editor-in-Chief 
Nancy Johnson — Assistant Editor 
Margaret Anderson — News Editor 
Molly Richardson — Feature Editor 
Theresa Stanley — Exchange Editor 
Susan Spiller — Photographer 
Anne Simmons — Head Typist 
Mary Melcher — Circulation Manager 
Mr. John U. Tate — Advisor 





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The Muse is St. Mary's literary 
magazine in which the thoughts 
and ideas of the students 
are expressed through poetry 
and prose. Its aims are to 
encourage creative writing 
and to stimulate an interest 
in the literary field. Then 
Muse is issued twice a year 
by the editor and her staff. 




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Artists 

Harriat Day 
Sharon Gill 
Sally James 
Ruth Little 

Meredith Maynard 

Typists 

Margie Bates 
Barbara Jean Covington 
Nancy Hammond 
Nancy Johnson 
Lisbet Robinson 



Literary Staff 

Bryan Cutchin 
Cissy Fitzpatrick 
Sharon Gill 
Pardee Henderson 
Nancy Hood 
Sally Hurst 
Louise Jennings 
Robbie Leach 
Virginia McSwain 
Jane Shuping 
Salley Stott 
Linda Wooten 

Miss Sara Ester Jones — Advisor 

Cheryl Koening — Editor 

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Rae Herrin, Editor 




Handbook Committee 



The Handbook is an annual publication compiled and 
edited by a student committee. It contains rules, procedure, 
and other pertinent information necessary for an under- 
standing of student life at St. Mary's. This committee is 
responsible for the insertion in the Handbook of any 
changes in school policy authorized by the Administration 
or Legislative Body. Copies of the Handbook are mailed to 
new and returning students in the summer, and each girl 
is tested on the material in the Handbook shortly after 
the beginning of the school year. 



Staff 



Henrietta Freeman 
Donna Jacks 
Betty Moore 



Nancy Gillam 
Margaret Kelly 
Helen Silcox 



Jane Thurlow 




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Linda Stott, Secretary; Jody 
Burton, President. 



Dramatics Club 



The Dramatics Club is an organization for those St. Mary's 
students who are interested in any phase of the theatre. 
This year, the members have adopted an honorary dra- 
matics society. The Order of St. Genesius, which recog- 
nizes those girls within the Dramatics Club who have done 
outstanding work in the acting or technical fields of the 
theatre at St. Mary's. The girls who are charter members 
of the Order are: Mary Melcher, President; Zan Deas, 
Secretary; Jody Burton, Lynn Stenson, and Linda Stott. 
Under the guidance and direction of Mrs. Nancy Stamey, 
the Dramatics Club's first major production of the year 
was "I Remember Mama." In addition to the staging of 
major productions, the club also conducts make-up, 
lighting, and costuming workshops. 



Ager. B. 


Davis, K. 


Keller, L. 


Stenson, L. 


Anderson, M. 


Deas, S. 


Kip, S. 


Stott, L. 


Allen, L. 


Drake, C. 


LaMotte, P. 


Stott. S. 


Barnes, E. 


Ellis, D. 


Lashley, A. 


Stout A. 


Barrow, V. 


England, M. 


Leach, R. 


Thomhill. B. 


Beville, L. 


Folmsbee, N. 


Lewis, F. 


Tindal, S. 


Bittle, B. 


Freeman, E. 


Little, R. 


Turner. L. 


Borden, S. 


Friedburg. J. 


McCullough, M. 


Ulberg, K. 


Botts, C. 


Garwood, A. 


McKee, L. 


Uyanik, D. 


Braddy, E. 


Gillam, N. 


McWhorter, N. 


Walker, J. 


Brantley, F. 


Gordon, F. 


Mann, L. 


Wellons, J. 


Broadhurst, M. 


Grove, D. 


Means, T. 


Wickham, J. 


Brooks, D. 


Healy, J. 


Melcher. M. 


Willbourae, B 


Burhoe, M. 


Hood, N. 


Morrison, M. 


Wooten, L. 


Burton, J. 


Holbrook, A. 


Muchmore, J. 


Wright S. 


Cannon, W. 


Holbrook, P. 


Owens, S. 




Christoph, H. 


Home, J. 


Root, G 




Cosgrove, E. 


Howell, L. 


Ruark, J. 




Crawford, B. 


Hudson, C. 


Schmulling, E. 




Cruickshank, S. 


Hutaff, S. 


Smith, E. 




Dale, C. 


James, S. 


Smith, J. 




Day, H. 


Johnson. S. 


Spark man, L. 





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Young Republicans Club 



The Young Republicans Club is an organization com- 
posed of conservative young Americans. The aim of the 
club is to stimulate an active interest in politics at state, na- 
tional, and international levels. Throughout the year, the 
Y.R.C. has sponsored informative speakers, as well as 
films and tapes on pertinent topics. The main interest of 
its members has centered around a detailed study of the 
menace of communism. 




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Y.R.C. President Debbie Ellis and the club's advisor. Dr. O. H. 
Browne. 




Members: Livy Ravanel, Susan Carrison. Mardy Gray. Joslin Schwartz. 
Chyrell Botts. Bagley Waddill, Suzanne Tindall, Bonnie Stafford, Carla 
Hudson. Ellen Bradde. Mary Anna Searle. Lyndy Stenson. Susan Davis, 
Anne Northington. Pardee Henderson, Chris Crowley, Elaine Parker, 



Julie McKee. Jodee Groner, Nancy McWhorter, Sherry Gill. Susie 
Soper, Jean Hanson, Cissy Fitzpatnck. Livy Miller, Susan Crabtree, 
Sandv Hamer. Mabel Broadhurst. 



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Young Democrats Club 

The purpose of the Young Democrats Club is to enable 
its members to participate in activities associated with the 
Democratic Party and to give needed assistance to the lo- 
cal party organization. The club makes use of films, 
speakers, and rallies to stimulate interest in politics in 
general and democratic goals in particular. Since this 
year was not an election year, the Y.D.C. joined with the 
Young Republicans Club in a concentrated study of com- 
munism. 



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Y.D.C. Members: Jo Betts Barratt, Vicki Barrow. Christy Blok, Frances 
Brantley. Libbe Carter, George Chnstoph, Jean Covington, Betsy Craw- 
ford, Martha Crowley, Molly Crowell, Bryan Cutchin. Margaret 
Burgwyn. Hannah Craven, Merrv de la Vergne, Ann Dill. Ann Dixon. 
Lee Friar, Nancy Foreman, Nell Fleming. Katie Gartland. Sue Gelston. 
Nancy Gillam, Molly Grady, Betty Grant, Gail Gschwind, Julia Han- 
sen, Janet Hicks, Margaret Highsmith. Sharonne Hobbs, Jan Home, 
Linde Howell, La Vonne Huntley, Susan Hutaff, Sally James. Hetti 
Johnson, Sylvia Johnson, Betty Kellogg. Julie Livingston, Betsy Little, 
Winkie McGowan, Sarah Melvin, Michelle Milhchap. Ginger Osborne, 
Beverly Peacock. Martha Pope. Lisbet Robinson. Judy Rockefeller, Kin- 
sey Sabiston, Betty Simmons. Paula Simpson, Juliet Smith. Sherry 
Smith, Sue Smith. Betty Snyder, Susan Spiler. Margaret Stevens, Presi- 
dent, Mary Stirling, Linda Stott, Gale Swann. Secretary, Olivia Taylor, 
Cantey Tomlinson, Lucy Turner. Nancy Vernon. Jan Wellons. Leslie 
Wharton. Joan Wickham, Marguerite Williams, Linda Wooten. Margar- 
et Burgwvn, Libby Keller, Nancy Johnson, Randel James, Sara Jackson. 
Gretchen Godwin. 



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Granddaughter's Club 

The Granddaughters Club is composed of those girls 
who are granddaughters or daughters of St. Mary's 
alumnae. Each year the club compiles and sells address 
books for the use of St. Mary's students and faculty. 
In addition, the members serve as hostesses at the annual 
Student-Faculty Tea in September. 



Sally Borden, Project Chairman; Arabella Nash, Secretary-treasurer; 
Lucille McK.ee, Vice-President. 



Margaret Anderson, 
President 



Ambler. C. 


Dickerson, A. 


Huggins, C. 


Anderson, M. 


Dixon, A. 


Home, J. 


Arbuckle, C. 


Downey, E. 


Huntley, L. 


Atkinson, C. 


Duff, C. 


James, S. 


Borden, S. 


Duffy, M. 


Jennings, L. 


Bowers, R. 


Dunn, J. 


Johnson, K. 


Burhoe, M. 


Flynn, M. 


Johnson, N. 


Burton, J. 


Foreman, N. 


Kirksey, M. 


Carrison, S. 


French, S. 


Lewis, F. 


Carter, E. 


Garwood, A. 


McK.ee, L. 


Chambers, S. 


Gillam, N. 


Martin, H. 


Colton, M. 


Gilliam, M. 


Maupin, J. 


Crawford, E. 


Gordon, F. 


Means, S. 


Crawley, M. 


Gregory, F. 


Mebane, M. 


Cruikshank, S. 


Hammond, N. 


Miller, O. 


Cutchin, B. 


Hanson, J. 


Mills, M. 


Dameron, B. 


Harney, A. 


Moore, B. 


Daniels, M. 


Henderson, J. 


Morrison, M 


Davis, P. 


Higgins, S. 


Morrison, M 


de la Vergne, M. 


Highsmith, M. 


Nash, A. 



Northington. A. 
Pollock, C. 
Pope, M. 
Poyner, S. 
Ravenel, L. 
Richardson, M. 
SchmuUing, E. 
Schwartz, J. 
Separk, M. 
Simmons, A 
Simmons, B. 
Slater, P. 
Smith, J. 
Stevens, M. 
Stockard, D. 
Thompson, J. 
Tomlinson, C. 
Walker, J. 
Wellons, J. 
Williams, M. 
Yancey, C. 




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Y.W.C.A. 



The Young Women's Christian Association is the service 
organization at St. Mary's through which girls give of 
their time and talents in trying to help others in the com- 
munity. This year the YWCA has channeled its activities 
through three main institutions — Dorothea Dix Hospital, 
the Methodist Orphanage, and the N.C. State School for 
the Blind. Y.W.C.A. members interested in mental work 
have devoted an afternoon each week at the hospital, and 
those interested in the orphanage have spent afternoons 
helping the children with their homework, as well as 
sponsoring the annual Christmas party for them. Each 
year, other students bring children from the Blind School 
to May Day dress rehearsal and also organize a clothes 
drive for the school. 

Members: Ager. B.. Alderman, S., Andrews, J., Austin, J., Avery, L., 
Barrett. J.. Beville. L.. Block. C, Breden. F., Brian. E., Brittain. C, 
Broadhurst. M. Bullard. C. Burn. M.. Carrison, S., Chambers. S.. Con- 
rad. B . Covington. J., Craven. H.. Crawford. J., Crowder, C, Crowell, 
M., Davenport, B., Davis, C, Davis, K , Dill. A . Dixon. A.. Drake, C. 
England. M.. Flannagan. K.. Fonvielle. L., Fowlkes. C, Franklin. C, 
French. S.. Garrett. M. Gilbert. S.. Gillam. N.. Gilliam, M , Glass, N„ 
Gschwine, G., Haines, S., Hamer, S., Hancock. M. M., Harney. A.. 
Henderson. P.. Highsmith. M.. Hobbs, S.. Home, J., HutafT. S., Isley, 
M.. Jackson, S.. Johnson, S., Jordon. K.. Kellogg, B.. King. B.. Kip, S., 
Kirksey, M., Lambeth, S., Lamotte, P.. Lawrence, M. S., Leary. M., Lit- 
tle, B.. Little. R.. McAlister. B., MeCullaugh. M., McGowan. W., Mc- 
Lanahan, C. McQuilkin, L., McSwain, V., Mader. M.. Myers, M.. Os- 
borne, G., Patrick, J.. Purdy, A., Rockefeller, J„ Rountree, M., Row- 
land, L.. Ruark. J., Scott. C, Shuping, J.. Silcox, H . Simmons, A.. 
Snepp, C, Snider, B., Snider, J.. Small, J., Stafford, B., Stansbury, V., 
Stevens, M., Swann, G., Ulberg, K„ Upton. H., Wallace, S„ Wickham. 
J.. Willets, R., Williams. M.. Wooten. L. 




C. Crowder, President, A. Purdie. Treasurer, J. Small. Secretary. S. 
Griffin. Vice-President. 




C.C.U.N 



Striving to create an awareness of and appreciation for 
the United Nations, members of the Collegiate Council 
of the United Nations discuss world affairs and hold spe- 
cial forums on pertinent topics. The highlight of this 
year's work was the club's preparation for and attendance 
at the mock UN Assembly held at Duke University. Rep- 
resenting delegations from Australia and Denmark, six 
CCUN members made intensive research on these coun- 
tries and their relationship with the United Nations. The 
Members re-enacted this mock Assembly at St. Mary's 
and also presented a special program on the importance 
of the UN in the world today. 



Members: F. Breeden. M. Hancock. L, Jennings, N Johnson. President. 
A. Lashley, R. Little. Dr. Mabel Morrison. Faculty Advisor. J. 
Wickham. Vice-President. 



N. Johnson. President. J. Wickham, Vice president 



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Cold Cuts 



Cold Cuts is a musical group at St. Mary's that promotes 
school spirit through the lively singing of its members. It 
is composed of those girls who display enthusiasm and 
talent in their playing of a variety of unusual instru- 
ments. The Cold Cuts perform at civic functions, 
alumnae luncheons, charity benefits, and fraternal orga- 
nizations, as well as at St. Mary's. Their fresh appeal in- 
jects the spirit of fun into every audience for which they 
perform. 




The -Old Guard 




FRONT ROW: Sally Chambers. Cindy Bullard. Lyn Brumby. Laura Fonvielle. Margaret Burwell, 
SECOND ROW: Debbie Ellis, rae Herrin. Susie Soper. Suzanne Poole, Amey Parsons. Irene Xepolis. 
Sallv French. Roslvn Bowers THIRD ROW: Meg Christian. Jean Muchmore. Sherrill Griffin. 



Debbie Ellis 
President 





Sherrill Griffin on the "tub." 



Glee Club and Ensemble 



Composed of talented St. Mary's singers, the Glee Club 
is supervised by Miss Gereldine Cate. Its purpose is two- 
fold: first, to teach its participants to appreciate music, 
and, secondly to perform for various groups such as the 
student body, faculty, and alumnae. Each year, the Glee 
Club presents two traditional concerts: a Christmas pro- 
gram and a Commencement performance in the spring. 
The Glee Club also performs in conjugation with other 
glee clubs through the state. 

Ensemble 
From the Glee Club, girls who are especially talented are 
selected to join the Ensemble. Under the direction of 
Miss Gereldine Cate, this group participates in a special 
program during the Christmas and Graduation concerts. 
In addition, the Ensemble has entertained civic organiza- 
tions and other such groups in the Raleigh area. 



Julie Dunn — President 



Donna Banks 
Elsie Butler 
Meg Christian 
Ann Copenhaver 
Claire Duff 



Julie Dunn 
Ginny Gray 
Libby Keller 
Ann Lashley 
Libby Massey 



Dottie Nahikian 
Linda Stott 
Jackie Walker 
Beverly Peacock 
Jane Patrick 




Ensemble with Meg Christian on the guitar. 




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Members: FRONT ROW: Susan Carrison, Mardy Gray, Jane Snider. 
Betsy McAlister, Mary Manly, Matilda Duffy. Elsie Butler, SECOND 
ROW: Joanne Roark, Jane Byrd. Betsy Btttle, Beverly Peacock, Ann 
Copenhave. Meg Christian, Vice-President, Collie Crum. Dottie Nahikian, 



Julie Dunn, President. THIRD ROW: Donna Banks. Ginny Gray, 
Patricia La Motte. Libbv Keller, Jane Patrick. Ann Lashley. Ann Dicker- 
son, Julie Hanson, Frances Brantley. Libby Massey. 



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Choir 



Under the direction of Mr. Stephen Young, the choir 
presents music for the weekly chapel and Sunday ser- 
vices. This year the choir also sang during the special 
Christmas Carol service and the Feast of Lights Epi- 
phany service. Their devotional music. Meeting every 
Thursday night for practice the prepares their devotional 
music and add much atmosphere of worship in St. 
Mary's chapel. 





Members 




Alderman. S. 


Fleming, N. 


Parsons, A. 


Auston, C. 


Gilland. L. 


Ravenel, L. 


Bauer. L. 


Hammond, N. 


Searle, M. 


Borden. S. 


Herrin. R 


Sirimonkol, 


Brooks. D. 


James, A. 


Snider. J. 


Brumby. L. 


Johnson. N. 


Stenson. L. 


Christian. M. 


Kip. S. 


Stevens, M 


Cochran. J. 


McAllister, B. 


Stout, A. 


Colton, M. 


Melcher. M. 


Swann. G. 


Dunn. J. 


Muchmore, J. 


Tripp, A. 


Ellis, D. 


Nash, A. 


Turner. B. 




Crucifers 



St. Mary's five crucifers alternate in carrying the crucifix 
at both the morning and evening services every Sunday. 
One of the girls also carries the crucifix at the head of the 
graduation procession each year. The head crucifer is 
Mary Melcher. Other crucifers include: Francy Lewis, 
Mary Rountree, Molly Richardson, and Margaret Stev- 
ens. 



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Acolytes 



The acolytes are those St. Mary's students who regularly 
assist the chaplain at all chapel services held throughout 
the school year. They are responsible for lighting the can- 
dles on the alter, assisting at Communion services and 
helping the marshals with the collection each Sunday. 



Ager, L. 
Bates. M 
Covington, J. 
Crawford. J. 
Day, H. 

de la Vergne. M 
Friar. L. 
Gill, S. 
Gilliam, N. 
Hamer, S. 



Members 

Hobgood. E. 
Hudson. C. 
Jaekson, S. 
Johnson, N. 
Kelly, M. 
Leonard, B. 
Martin. A. 
Parsons, M. 
Pope, M. 
Searle, M. 



Simmons, A. 
Simmons, E. 
Snepp. C. 
Snyder, E. 
Sinmonkol, T. 
Sterling. M. 
Tomlinson, C. 
Wickham. J. 
Williams, M. 
Wooten. L. Chairman 



Alter Guild 



Members of the Alter Guild care for the chapel and 
make preparations for the services. They serve on com- 
mittees that are responsible for such procedures as put- 
ting the hymnals and prayer books in order, arranging 
flowers for the alter, polishing the silver and brass, and 
caring for the linens and alter hangings. The members 
also set up the Communion materials in the chapel every 
third Sunday. 



Nancy Johnson. President 



Anderson. M. 
Andrews, J. 
Auston, C. 
Bates, M. 
Beville. L. 
Boineau. G. 
Bowers. R. 
Breedon. F. 
Brumby. L. 
Carter. E. 
Cochran. J 
Colton. M. 
Crowell. M. 
Dale. K. 
Davis. C. 
Day, H. 



Duff, C. 
Dunn, J 
Fonveille, L. 
French, S. 
Friar, L. 
Gartland. K. 
Garwood. A. 
Gilliam. M. 
Groner. J. 
Hansen. J. 
Hicks, J. 
Jackson. S. 
James, S. 
Johnson, L. 
Johnson, N. 
Johnson. N. 



Nancy Russell, Vice-President 



Johnson, S. 
Johnston, M. 
Kelly. M. 
Kitchin, E. 
King. S. 
Lashley, A. 
Lawrence. M. 
Leonard. B. 
Ligon. J. 
Little. E. 
Martin. E. 
McCollum, J 
McGowan 
McSwain, V. 
Melvin. S 
Mvers. M 



W. 



Parsons, M. 
Pope. M. 
Robinson, C. 
Rockwell. M. 
Root, G. 
Rowland, L. 
Russell, N. 
Small, J 
Snepp, C. 
Stanley, T. 
Stockard, D. 
Stott, L. 
Taylor. O. 
Tomlinson, C. 
Whittle, M. 




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Sigma-Mu 



Sigma and Mu are the two intramural athletic teams at 
St. Mary's. As each student belongs to either Sigma or 
Mu, intense rivalry builds up throughout the school year 
whenever these two teams compete with each other in 
various sports. 

Tournaments are played in speedball. basketball, swim- 
ming, tennis, pingpong, bridge, Softball, and badminton, 
and points are given to the team winning each tourna- ' 
ment. The team that has accumulated the most points is 
awarded a plaque at the Letter Club Banquet, which is 
held at the end of the school year. Both teams have their 
own cheerleaders who add enthusiasm and school spirit 
to each game. 





Sigma Cheerleaders cheer team to victory! 




Sigma Vice President Meg Christian and Sigma President Betty Kellog 





Mu Cheerleaders induce spirit into their team! 




Mu Vice 
President Vee 
Smith and 
Mu President 
Shernll 
Griffin 



Sigma-Mu 



Sigma-Mu competition is continued in many fields. Vari- 
ous sports such as archery, horseback riding, golf, tennis, 
and bowling add to the enjoyment of the students and 
are taken as gym classes. While St. Mary's is equipped 
with the facilities for many of these activities, others are 
enjoyed off the campus. Horseback riding is one of these 
and the girls ride at Horse Shoe Acres outside of the Ra- 
leigh area. Bowling is done at Western Lanes in 
downtown Raleigh. These sports are sponsored by the 
school. 




Mu President Sherrill Griffin, Sigma President Meg Christian, with Sig- 
ma and Mu Vice-Presidents Betty Kellog and Vee Smith. 





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The Letter Club 



The Letter Club is an honorary society at St. Mary's 
which promotes team competition between the Sigmas 
and the Mus and good sportsmanship among all the 
girls. To be eligible for membership in this society, a 
girl must have accumulated a certain number of points 
in various sporting activities. 

At the beginning of the school year, the Letter Club 
sponsors a party, at which time the new girls join either 
the Sigmas or the Mus. The final activity of the year 
is the annual Letter Club Banquet in which recognition is 
given to those girls who have excelled in certain sports. A 
plaque is also presented to the team, either Sigma or Mu, 
which has earned the most points throughout the year. 

Members 

Ebby Sehmulling — Letter Club President 

Betty Kellog — Sigma President 

Sherrill Griffin — Mu President 

Meg Christian — Sigma Vice President 

Vee Smith — Mu Vice President 
Cissy Fitzpatrick Francy Lewis 

Sandy Hamer Cantey Thomlinson 

Caroline Huggins Martha Vaughn 




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Sea Saints 



The Sea Saints, under the direction of Mrs. Billy Barr, is 
an aquatic group that consists of students from all classes. 
At the beginning of the school year, these students are se- 
lected by means of a series of tryouts in which they must 
demonstrate skill in stunts, strokes, or synchronized swim- 
ming. This year the Sea Saints presented a program, 
"Holiday, U.S.A.," which was viewed by the faculty, stu- 
dent body, and general public. 

Members 
Betsy Dameron — President 
Junie Small — Vice President 
Claire Duff — Secretary-Treasurer 
Margie Bates Jill Ligon 

Judy Crump Anita Martin 

Ginny Gray Martha McCullough 

Harriet Hodges 



Marianne Morrison 



Diane Stockard 




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Caperettes 



Caperettes is a dance group, under the direction of Mrs. 
Doris Bailey, that was organized in the fall of 1961. 
Members are selected from those girls who show an inter- 
est and ability in tap dancing. Each year the Caperettes 
present an assembly program for the student body and 
choreograph a special dance for May Day. 



Members 

Marlha Myers, President 
Robbie Leach, Vice-President 
Elsie Barnes. Clarine Pollock 
Sallv Ragsdale, Jane Shuping 
Irene Xepolis 






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Orchesis 



Orchesis is an advanced dance group at St. Mary's that is 
under the supervision of Mrs. Doris Bailey. Its purpose is 
to promote a greater appreciation for dance and to strive 
for perfection in technique and performance. Each mem- 
ber of Orchesis is responsible for the choreography of her 
own dance in each program that is presented. This year, 
the members presented a Christmas program. "The Little 
Match Girl" and "A Day in Disneyland" for May Day. 



Members 



Suzanne Poole, President 



Jean Healy. Vice-President 



Atkinson. C. 
Brooks. D. 
Brown. L. 
Burton, J. 
Fonvielle, L. 



Garrett. M. 
Harrelson. M. 
Holhrook. A. 
James, A. 
Lewis, F. 



Marshall, L. 
Parsons, A. 
Miller. M. 
Rockwell, M. 
Stott, L. 
Wright, S. 



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Beyond the Rainbow 
The Wild West 



Beyond The Rainbow, the land of wonder, adventure, 
frontiers conquered, and dreams. Beyond the Rainbow is 
where children find their dreams come true by meeting 
their imaginary friends. There the children are met by 
Tinker Bell and she ushers them into the Wild West 
where they meet the high stepping cowgirls. They also 
meet the perky flappers who are snubbed by the haughty 
Eastern Ladies. They are then entertained by lovely dancers 
with jaunty silk hats and canes. The children leave the 
frontier and fearlessly march to adventures in Far Away 
Land through the jungle with the natives and further on 
with the slant-eyed Oriental children. Entertainment is fun 
with the modern discotheque girls. The children are de- 
lighted when they reach their favorite. Wonderland. They 
are greeted by that famous mouse who introduces them to 
a well known duck, Pinochio and Jimney Cricket, Alice 
of the Looking Glass, the Flirting Dogs, Winnie the Pooh, 
and the Seven Dwarfs. The children are astonished when 
they see the strange movements of the Martians from 
Outer Space. Too soon it is time to leave, but all of their 
new friends come out to bid the children farewell. 





Tinker Bell welcomes the children to the land beyond the rainbow. 



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Cowgirls strut their way through the Wild West. 



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Doc and his Dwarfs 




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May Court 




Alice Jackson Walker 



Margaret Elaine Islev 



Susanne Hoaue Deas 



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May Court 




Elsie Lucas Barnes 



Evelyn Ragland Martin 



Eunice Lee Avery 



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May Court 




Debra Rae Grove 



Laura Frances Whitlev 



Jane Telfair Snider 



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May Court 




Ellison Adeer Gilland 



Martha Miller Vauehan 



Sarah Alice Kine 



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Maid Of Honor 




MARIE KATHRYN KIRKSEY 



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1966 




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"And How Shall You Rise Beyond Your 
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Classes 




JEAN MUCHMORE. PRESIDENT 



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MARY ROUNTREE, TREASURER 




MARY MELCHER, VICE PRESIDENT 





MARCIA SEPARK, SECRETARY 



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NANCY RUSSELL 



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CHERYL KOENIG 



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SARA JACKSON 





PAM JOYNER 




BETSY KITCHIN 



79 



FRANCES LEWIS 





MARTHA MYERS 



80 





LINDA WOOTEN 



MARGUERITE WILLIAMS 




MARGARET ANDERSON 




LYNN YELTON 



DEBBIE ELLIS 




JEANNIE LAWING 



ROBBIE LEACH 






BETSY DAVIS 



ELIZABETH DOUGLAS 







JEAN COVINGTON 



BRYAN PARKER 



83 



IRENE XEPOLIS 




BAGLEY GAREDN 



84 



LYNN BRUMBY 



SALLY BORDEN 





MARGARET BURWELL 




85 




JUDY ROGERS 



SHERRILL GRIFFIN 



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ALICE PURDIE 




86 




GINA ROOT 




MEG CHRISTIAN 





MARIE COLTON 



DREW BROOKS 



88 



ANN DIXON 




LUCY BROWN 





JULIA HANSON 




JULIE DUNN 




JODEE GRONER 



PEGGY ANNE HAWES 



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JOANNE CRAWFORD 




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ELIZABETH MASSEY 




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HETTIE JOHNSON 



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MARY FOY JOHNSON 



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JEAN HANSON 



SUSAN KIP 



OLIVIA TAYLOR 





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SUSIE SOPER 



BEVERLY PEACOCK 

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Outstanding 







FRANCES LEWIS 



ROSLYN BOWERS 



MARIE KIRKSEY 



MEG CHRISTIAN 



"Outstanding" is a difficult word to limit and confine. It 
may refer to a broad scale of individuals, ranging from 
one who merely makes himself conspicuous, such as the 
braggart to the person who is noteworthy because he con- 
tributes exemplary and valuable capabilities to any field 
of life. 



On these pages, it is the latter classification that merits 
attention, for in the environment and atmosphere of St 
Mary's, there is room for a student to strive for com- 
mendable goals and to set these goals for others. At- 
taining these goals requires a responsible attitude: work- 
ing, not only for personal satisfaction, but also for the 



Seniors 




AMEY PARSONS 



EVELYN MARTIN 



SUSAN KIP 



JEAN MUCHMORE 



benefit of the school as a whole. Successful leadership de- 
mands a genuine school-spiritedness and concern (brothers. 

Using these qualities as a criterion, the entire student 



body has selected the eight seniors who. during their life 
at St. Mary's, have shown themselves to be outstanding. 



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Juniors 




Lucille Best McKee 
President 






Margaret Elizabeth Burgwyn 
Vice-President 



Cornelia Kinsey Sabiston 
Secretary 



Harriet Winchester Day 
Treasurer 



Loyer Lawton Ager 
Birmingham, Ala. 






Evanthia V. Aretakis. 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Connne Harper Arbuckle 
Charlotte, N.C. 







Jane Efird Austin 
Albemarle. N.C. 

Eunice Lee Avery 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Donna Rae Banks 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Barbara Gaylord Beebe 
Sumter, S.C. 





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Linda Lewis Beville, 
Mobile, Ala. 

Brent Elizabeth Blackmer 
Sarasota, Fla. 

Christina Jo Block 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Chyrell Botts 
Ft. Worth, Texas 







Frances Eoff Breeden 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Cheryl Ganson Brittain 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Margaret Elizabeth Burgwyn 
Woodland, N.C. 

Elsie Lee Butler 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Harriette Annette Byrd 
Columbia, S.C. 

Elizabeth Fowle Carter 
Washington, N.C. 

Hjordis Helen Christoph 
Wake Forest, N.C. 

Barbara Jean Clarson 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Joan Wallace Cochran 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Nancy Claire Cole 
Raieigh. N.C. 

Barbara Hams Conrad 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Ann Witten Copenhaver, 
Roanoke, Va. 







Di Anna Cowan 
Williamston. N.C 

Elizabeth Blount Crawford 
Virginia Beach, Va 

Martha Oliver Crawley 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Donna Helen Crisp 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Jane Collier Crum 
Columbia. S.C. 

Judith Claire Crump 
Charlotte, N.C 

Virginia Bryan Cutchin 
Rockety Mount, N.C. 

Marguerite Dewey Daniels, 
Richmond, Va. 



Elizabeth Roswell Davenport 
Richmond, Va. 

Claudia Anne Davis 
MiUedgeville. Ga. 

Patricia Ricks Davis 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Harriet Winchester Day 
Louisville, Ky. 










Ann Sloan Dill 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Elizabeth Gunter Downey 

Jacksonville, N.C. 

Carol Bonel Drake 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Dinah James Dunston 
Richmond, Va. 







Louise Gilmer Edmunds 
Halifax, Va. 

Mary Denham England 
Birmingham. Ala. 

Dorothy Rebecca Eure 
Suffolk, Va. 

Elizabeth Poinsett Exum 
Columbia, S.C. 







Carolyn Elizabeth Finch 
Thomasville, N.C. 

Edna Ferrelle Fitzpatrick 
Savannah, Ga. 

Kathleen Goodyear Flannagan 
Henderson. NC. 

Nell Hunter Flemming 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 






Anne Boiling Flynn 
Tampa, Fla. 

Carolyn Murray Fowlkes 
Tarboro. N.C. 

Carol Anne Franklin 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Kathleen Ross Frazer 
Rockeville, Md 







Elizabeth Hill Freeman 
Suffolk, Va. 

Henrietta T. Freeman 
Bennettsville, S.C. 

Ella Lee Chase Friar 
Myrtle Beach. S.C. 

Sandra Louise Fullerton 
Hendersonville, N.C. 







Martha Batten Garrett 
Altanta. Ga. 

(Catherine Ellen Gartland 
Washington D.C. 

Anne Sebring Garwood 
Houston, Texas 

Susan Worthington Gelstor 
Baltimore, Md. 







Sharon Ailing Gill 
New Bern, N.C. 

Margaret Page Gilliam 
Mt. Arry. N.C. 

Mary Nelson Glass 
Hopewell. Va. 

Gretchen Vann Godwin 
Gatesville, N.C. 







Elizabeth Jane Golding 
Santurce, P.R. 

Elizabeth Farish Grant 
Laurinburg, N.C. 

Virginia Asn Gray 
High Point, N.C. 

Fleet Gregory 
Doswell, Va. 



Patricia Gail Gschwind 
Aberdeen, N.C. 

Salle Shaw Hammond 
Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Mary Mac Hancock 
Columbia. S.C. 

Susan Berry Hannah 
Atlanta, Ga. 










Anne Martin Harney 
Milan, Italy 

Sandra Mae Harrell 
Plymouth, N.C. 

Jean Mary Healy 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Jane Pardee Henderson 
Charlotte, N.C. 











Janet Irene Hicks 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Harriet Kay Hodges 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Anna Margaret Holbrook 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Linda Louise Hollyday 
Asheville, N.C. 







Nancy Lou Hood 
Boonville, N.C. 

Caroline Norfleet Huggins 
Charleston, S.C. 

Christine Hurst 
Robersonville, N.C. 

Sally Fulton Hurst 
Raleigh, N.C. 







Margaret Elaine Isley 
Gastonia, N.C. 

Donna Louise Jacks 
Rome, Ga. 

Carolyn Randel James 
Myrtle Beach, S.C. 

Sara Nair James 
Hamlet, N.C. 









Mary Louise Jennings 
Durham, N.C. 

Helen Bell Jenrette 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Kate Burr Johnson 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Noell Johnson 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Katherine Lash Jordan 
Petersburg, Va. 

Elisabeth Anderson Keller 
Clayton, N.C. 

Margaret Campbell Kelly 
Tallahassee, Fla. 

Rebecca Jo King 
Durham, N.C. 







Alma Dale Lambdin 
Franklin, N.C. 

Sarah Wayt Lambeth 
Richmond, Va. 

Mary Sue Lawrence 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Mary Medaris Leary 
Richmond, Va. 



Nancy Anne Lee 
Tampa, Fla. 

Mary Elizabeth Little 
Wadesboro, N.C. 

Julia Anne Livingston 
Lumberton. N.C. 

Martha Marbury McCullough 
Birmingham, Ala. 







Cynthia Lynn McDonough 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Mary Louise McGowan 
Columbia, S.C. 

Nancy Lender McGowan 
Marietta, Ga. 

Lucille Best McKee 

Raleigh, N.C. 







Catherine R. McLanahan 
Elberton, Ga. 

Lynne Elizabeth McQuilkin 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Virginia Anita McSwain 
Macon, Ga. 

Dorothy Elizabeth Malone 
Brunswick, Ga. 







Lavinia Lander Marshall 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Martha Susan Marshall 
Hampton, Va. 

Anita Louise Martin 
Richmond, Va. 

Harriet Corinna Martin 
Raleigh, N.C. 







Meredith Mann Maynard 
Glen Ellyn, 111. 

Nancy Leland Maynard 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Martha Battle Mebane 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Sarah Anne Melvin 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Olivia Turlington Miller 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Susan Hamrick Miller 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Michele Millichap 
Albany, Ga 

Mary Ella Mills 
Greenville, S.C. 










Martha Morgan 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Thelma Eugenia Morgan 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Juliet Elizabeth Murrell 
Charlotte. N.C. 

Dorothy Sue Nahikian 
Raleigh, N.C. 






Laura Ellen North 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Anne Horton Northington 
Winston-Salem. N.C. 

Susan Rae Owens 
Plymouth, N.C. 

Carol Elaine Parker 
Benson, N.C. 







Jane Celeste Patrick 
Morehead City, N.C. 

Toni Eastin Pellenn 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Clarine Gatling Pollock 
Gatesville, N.C. 

Sallie Elizabeth Ragsdale 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Claire Elizabeth Robinson 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Judith Louella Rockefeller 
Cary. N.C. 

Cornelia Kinsey Sabiston 
Carthage, N.C. 

Mary Anna Searle 
Mathews. Va. 











Jane Russell Shuping 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Helen Cooper Silcox 
Charleston. S.C. 

Elizabeth Lee Simmons 
Asheville. N.C. 

Paula Leigh Simpson 
Williamston. N.C. 

Mervyn Elisabeth Smith 
Snow Hill. N.C. 

Nancy Middleton Smith 
Lindale. Ga. 

Sharon Lang Smith 
Bristol. Tenn. 

Susan Lee Smith 
Winston-Salem N.C. 

















Carolyn Jean Snepp 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

Virginia Elizabeth Steurer 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Margaret Stevens 
Shiloh, N.C. 

Anne Mary Stirling 
Columbia, S.C. 

Linda Eva Stott 
Spring Hope, N.C. 

Ava Jane Stout 
Greensboro. N.C. 

Elizabeth Jocelyn Strange 
Wilmington, N.C. 

Gale Swann 
Morehead City, N.C. 

Virginia Davenport Thompson 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Lucy Graham Turner 
Pink Hill, N.C. 

Karen Jean Ulberg 

Raleigh, N.C. 

Harriet Lee Upton 
Troutman, N.C. 







Nancy Dicks Vernon 
Walnut Cove. N.C. 

Barbara Leonora Wall 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Elizabeth Sandra Wallace 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Charlotte Anne Walhn 
Raleigh, N.C. 







Mary Ann Warren 
Durham, N.C. 

Stacy Prince Watkins 
Emporia, Va. 

Charlotte Haxall Weaver 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Harriet Lynn White 
Raleigh. N.C. 







Laura Frances Whitley 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Joan Elizabeth Wickham 
Tarboro, N.C. 

Ruth Fountain Willets 
Durham, N.C. 

Carra Byrd Yancey 
Raleigh. N.C. 



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Molly Grady 
President 




Vernon Smith 
Vice-President 





LaVonne Huntley 
Secretary 



Martha Vaughan 
Treasurer 



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Elizabeth Cary Ambler 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Jennie Brown Andrews 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Bobbie Rozanne Bell 
New Bern, N.C. 






Kathleen Marie Bradley 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Mabel Borden Broadhurst 
Smithfield, N.C. 

Christine Clarke Crowley 
Asheboro. N.C. 









Kathleen Askew Dale 
Durham, N.C. 

Susan Taylor Davis 
High Point, N.C. 

Meredith de la Vergne 
Salt Point, N.Y. 





Claire Scott Duff 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Nina Elizabeth Folmsbee 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Susan Gregory Gilbert 
Charlotte, N.C. 






Nancy Brimage Gillam 
Windsor, N.C. 

Mary Ann Grady 
Washington, DC. 

Debra Rae Grove 
Wilmington, N.C. 



Stephanie Donovan Haines 
Fayetteville, N.C. 

Sandra Cecilia Hamer 
Monroe, N.C. 






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Elizabeth Thomas Hobgood 
Smithfield. N.C. 

Helen Page Holbrook 
Seattle, Washington 

Jon Ruffin Home 
Fayetteville, N.C. 






Vivian LaVonne Huntley 
Beaufort. N.C. 

Elizabeth Henry Kellogg 
Manteo, N.C. 

Patricia Anne LaMotte 

Salisbury, Md. 






Jill Mclver Ligon 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Mary Leigh Mader 
Morehead City. N.C. 

Arabella Nash 
Tarboro, N.C. 






Lavinia Skinner Ravenel 
Winnsboro, N.C. 

Molly Prince Richardson 
Perrv. Ga. 

Elisabeth Alexander Robinson 
Charlotte, N.C. 






Edene Carroll Rountree 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Elisabeth Townsend Rowland 
Little Rock, Ark. 

Joanne Cross Ruark 
Dunn, N.C. 






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Patricia Anne Slater 
New Bern. N.C. 

June Marie Samll 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Juliet Cox Smith 
Kinston, N.C. 



Vernon Fountain Smith 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Lynn Diane Stenson 
Flat Rock. N.C. 

Diane Petty Stockard 
Raleigh, N.C. 






Barbara Sills Thornhill 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Suzanne Brooks Tindal 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Cantey Venable Tomlinson 
Charlotte, N.C. 






Derin Anne Uyanik 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Martha Miller Vaughan 
Edenton, N.C. 

Clare Bagley Waddill 
Henderson, N.C. 






Alice Jackson Walker 
Charleston, S.C. 

Susan Moore Weber 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Mary Clark Whittle 
Martinsville, Va. 



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Freshmen 




Betsy Mc Alister 
President 




Susan Carrison 
Vice-President 





Sally Cruikshank 
Secretary 



Margaret Burn 
Treasurer 



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Sabra Jean Alderman 
Grantsboro, N.C. 

Linda Ruth Allen 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Jo Betts Barrett 
Greenville, N.C. 



Vicki Lynn Barrow 
Morehead City. N.C. 

Elizabeth Babson Bittle 
Durham, N.C. 

Ellen Norwood Braddy 
Aiken, S.C. 



Mary Tham Brennan 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Elizabeth Scott Bryan 
Kinston, N.C. 

Mary Wendell Burhoe 
Burnsville, N.C. 



Margaret Parker Burn 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Jane Marie Byrd 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Ruth Winslow Cannon 
Concord, N.C. 



Susan Singleton Carrison 
Rembert. S.C. 

Jean Hannah Craven 
Lexington, N.C. 

Sarah Ann Cruikshank 
Chatham, N.C. 



Jane Ross Davis 
Clarkesville, Va. 

Karen Tilden Davis 
Southern Pines, N.C. 




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Ann Gillam Dickerson 
Monroe, N.C. 

Mary Mathilde Duffy 
New Bern, N.C. 

Nancy Wood Foreman 
Elizabeth City, N.C. 



Joan Mansfield Friedberg 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Frances Hammond Piatt Gordon 
Durham, N.C. 

Margaret Toccoa Gray 
WhiteviUe, N.C. 



Martha Jane Hall 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Georgia Hull Herbert 
Columbia, S.C. 

Stephany Myatt Higgins 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Margaret Dawson Highsmith 
Fayetteville, N.C. 

Carla Marie Hudson 
Florence, S.C. 

Susan Ashe Hutaff 
Fayetteville. N.C. 



Cornelia Utley Johnson 
Fuquay Springs, N.C. 

Susan Hollingsworth Johnson 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Sylvia Marina Johnson 
Durham, N.C. 



Katherine Montford Kramer 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Elizabeth Simpson McAlister 
Fries, Virginia 




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Mary Katherine Manly 
Raleigh, N.C 

Lesley Lavinder Mann 
Durham, N.C. 

Jane Stuart Maupin 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Winifred Granger Morris 
Fayetteville, N.C. 

Marianne Morrison 
Coral Gables, Fla. 

Margaret Maxwell Morrison 
Concord, N.C. 



Virginia Hutcheson Osborne 
Smithfield, N.C. 

Monte Nicholson Parsons 
Darlington, S.C. 

Lucile Joslin Schwartz 
Sanford. N.C. 



Cary Glyn Scott 
Fair Bluff, N.C. 

Susan Marjorie Sidenberg 
Wake Forest, N.C. 

Santhanasiri Tarn Sirimonkol 
Bangkok, Thailand 



Jane Telfair Snider 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Bonnie Melton Stafford 
Garland, N.C 

Virginia Ann Stansbury 
Knoxville, Tenn. 





Janice Fitzgerald Wellons 
Smithfield, N.C 

Margaret Sherwood Wright 
Williamsburg, Va. 



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Senior Class of 1966 



MARGARET SKINNER ANDERSON Raleigh. N.C. 
Dramatics Club '62-'66; Grandaughter's Club '62-'66; 
STAGECOACH staff '62-66; Y.D.C. '63-'65; BELLES 
staff '64-'66. News Editor '65-'66; Y.W.C.A. '64-'65; Altar 
Guild '65-'66;HalI Council '65-'66; Mu 
CHARLOTTE HOUSTON ATKINSON Raleigh. N.C. 
Orchesis '64-'66; STAGECOACH staff '64-'66; May Day 
"64-'66; Grandaughter's Club '64-'66; President of Day 
Students '66; Hall Council '66; Legislative Body '66; 
Honor Board Circle '66, Treasurer '66; Sigma 
IONE CHERRY AUSTON West Point. Ga. 
Sigma-Mu '64-'65; May Day "64-'65; Altar Guild '65-'66; 
Choir "65-'66; Mu 

ELSIE LUCAS BARNES Wilson. N.C. 
Capperettes "63-'66: Y.D.C. '62-'66; May Day "62-'66; 
May Court '64-'66; STAGECOACH staff '64-'66: Sopho- 
more Superlative '63; Marshal '65; Sigma 
MARGARET CRAWFORD BATES Gloucester, Va. 
Altar Guild '64-'66; Acolyte '64-'65; Y.R.C. '64-'65; May 
Day '65; BELLES '65-'66; MUSE '65-'66; STAGE- 
COACH '64-'65; Sigma 
ALICE LOUISE BAUER Cincinnati. Ohio 
Choir '64-'66; Canterbury Club '64-'65; Film Committee 
'65-'66; May Day '65; Niles Medal '65; Sigma 
HELEN GAYLE BOUNEAU Columbia, S.C. 
Hall Counselor '66; Secretary of Legislative Body '66; 
Circle '66; Altar Guild '64-'66~; STAGECOACH staff '64- 
'66; BELLES staff '66;Mu 
SALLY NASH BORDEN Goldsboro, N.C. 
Sigma Cheerleader '64-'66; Mav Day '64-'65; Grandau- 
ghter's Club '63-'66, Project Chairman '66; Sigma 
ROSLYN ANNE BOWERS Jackson. N.C. 
Y.D.C. '64-'66; Altar Guild '64-'66: Dramatics Club '64- 
'66; May Day '64-"66; Grandaughter's Club '64- 
'66; Junior Class Secretary '64; Circle '66; President of 
Student Government '66; Chairman of Honor Board '66; 
Counselor '66: Sigma 

FRANCES LOU BRANTLEY Raleigh. N.C. 
Glee Club '64-'66; Dramatics Club '64-'66; Y.D.C. '64- 
'66; Y.W.C.A. "64-'66;May Day '64-'65; STAGECOACH 
staff '64-'66; Mu 

LESLIE DREW BROOKS Rockledge, Fla. 
Glee Club '65; Ensemble Choir '65; Orchesis "64-'66; 
May Day '64-'66; Dramatics Club '66; Sigma 
LUCY TARLTON BROWN Martinsville. Va. 
Y.D.C. '62-'64; MUSE staff '63-'65, Editor '65; Orchesis 
'64-'66; Marshal '66; May Day '63-'66; Chairman of As- 
semblv '66; Mu 

FERRELL LYNORA BRUMBY Daytona Beach. Fla. 
Altar Guild "64-'66; Choir '64-'66;' Cold Cuts '66: 
Grandaughter's Club '64-"66; Counselor '66; May Day 
'64-'66; Mu Cheerleader; Mu 

CYNTHIA EILEEN BULLARD Greensboro, N.C. 
Y.W.C.A. '64-'66; May Day '65; BELLES staff '66; 
Counselor '66; Cold Cuts '66; Mu 
JOSEPHINE CAREY BURTON Kinston. N.C. 
Dramatics Club '62-'66. President '66: Y.D.C. '63-'64; 



Grandaughter's Club "62-'66; Mu Cheerleader '62-'66; 
Orchesis '66; May Day '62-'66; Mu 

MARGARET EUGENIA BURWELL Henderson. N.C. 
Y.D.C. '64-'66; May Day '65; Cold Cuts '66;Counselor 
'66; Mu 

SARAH LOUISE CHAMBERS Charlotte. N.C. 
May Day '65; Y.W.C.A. '64-'66; Cold Cuts '66; Sigma 
Cheerleader '64-'66; Sigma 

MARGARET MURRAY CHRISTIAN Lynchburg. Va. 
Senior Representative of Honor Board '66; Choir '64-'66; 
Glee Club '64-'66. Treasurer '65. President '66; Ensemble 
Choir "64-'66; MUSE '64; Counselor '66; Sigma-Mu '64- 
'66; Vice President of Sigmas '66; Letter Club '64-"66; 
Cold Cuts '66; Outstanding Senior '66;Circle '66; Dra- 
matics Club '64-'66; Sigma 

MARIE JAQUELIN COLTON Asheville. N.C. 
Altar Guild '66; Choir '66; N.C. Volunteers '66: Mav 
Day '64-'66; Grandaughter's Club '64-'66; Sigma 
MARY ELIZABETH COSGROVE Jacksonville. Fla. 
Choir '66; May Day "64-'66; Dramatics Club "64-'66; Sig- 
ma 

JEAN BOYLE COVINGTON Wadesboro, N.C. 
Y.D.C. '66; Y.W.C.A. '66; May Day '65;Acolyte '66; Mu 
SUSAN FERRELL CRABTREE Anmston. Ala. 
May Court '65-'66, May Queen '66; Counselor '66; Leg- 
islative Body '65; Marshal '66; Sigma 

JOANNE LEWIS CRAWFORD Greenville. N.C. 
Acolyte '64-'66; Y.W.C.A. '64-'66; Dramatics Club '64- 
'65; May Day '65; Mu 

CAROLYN REBECCA CROWDER South Hill. Va. 
Acolyte '65; Y.W.C.A. '64-'66. President '66: Y.D.C. '65; 
May Day '64-'66; Counselor '66; Circle '66; Sigma 
MOLLY HARRIS CROWELL Albermarle, N.C. 
Altar Guild '64-'66: Y.W.C.A. '66: Mav Day '65; Sigma 
ELIZABETH GORDON DAMERON" Marion. N.C. 
Sea Saints '64-'66. President '66;Y.D.C. '64-'66: 
Granddaughter's Club '64-'66; Sigma 
MARTHA ELIZABETH DAVIS Reidsville. N.C. 
Dramatics Club '64-'66; May Day '64-'66; Mu 
SUSANNE HOGUE DEAS Charleston, S.C. 
Dramatics Club '64-'66; St. Genesius '64-'66. Secretary- 
Treasurer '66: May Day '65, May Court '66; BELLES 
staff '65; MUSE staff '65; HANDBOOK '65: Y.W.C.A. 
'65; Glee Club '64-'66, Secretary '66; Ensemble Choir 
"64-'66: Mu 

ANN PENDLETON DIXON Elizabeth City, N.C. 
Y.D.C. '64-'66; Granddaughter's Club '64-'66: May Day 
'64-'66; Y.W.C.A. '66; BELLES staff '66; Mu 
ELIZABETH GAILLARD DOUGLAS Winnsboro. 
S.C. 

Y.W.C.A. '64-'66; STAGECOACH staff '64-'66; Counsel- 
or '66; 'mu 

JULIA ANNIS DUNN New Bern. N.C. 
Glee Club '64-'66, Vice President '66; Ensemble Choir 
'64-'66; Choir '66; Counselor '66; Altar Guild '66; Grand- 
daughter's Club '66; Mu 



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DEBRA ANN ELLIS Raleigh, N.C. 
Y.R.C. '4-'66, President '66; Dramatics Club '62-'66; 
Choir '66; Granddaughter's Club '62-'66; Cold Cuts '66, 
President '66; BELLES staff '66; Chief Dance Marshal 
'66; Sigma 

MARY ANN EVANS Lexington. N.C. 
Y.W.C.A. '64-'66; Y.D.C. '65;" BELLES staff '66; Coun- 
selor '66; Mu 

JO ANNE FERRELL Millbrook. N.C. 
Dramatics Club '64-'65, YDC '64-'65. May Day '64-'65, 
Stagecoach Staff '64-'66. Sigma 

LAURA CHRISTOPHER FONVIELLE Wilmington, 
N.C. 

Altar Guild '64-'66: Orchesis '64-*66; Y.R.C. '64-'66. Vice 
President '66;Mu Cheerleader '64-'66; May Day '64-'66; 
Cold Cuts '66; Counselor '66; Y.W.C.A. '64-'66~; Mu 
SALLIE BUTLER FRENCH Greensboro. N.C. 
Granddaughter's Club '64-'66; Y.W.C.A. '64-'66; Coun- 
selor '66; Cold Cuts '66;Altar Guild '66; May Day '65; 
Mu 

MILDRED BAGLEY GARDEN Kenbridge. Va. 
Marshal '66; Y.R.C. '64-'66; May Day '65; Dramatics 
Club '65; Sigma 

ELLISON ADGER GILLAND Charleston, S.C. 
Choir '64-'66; Sigma-Mu '65; May Court '64-'66; Literary 
Club '65; Dramatics Club '66; Sigma 
COTTRELL SHERRILL GRIFFIN Charlotte, N.C. 
Y.W.C.A. '64-'66. Vice President '66; Cold Cuts '66; Sig- 
ma-Mu '64-'66; Letter Club '64-'66; Counselor '66; Presi- 
dent of Mus '66; Mu 

JOSEPHINE LOUISE GRONER Pensacola. Fla. 
Y.R.C. '64-'66; Y.W.C.A. '64-'66; Mu Cheerleader '64- 
'66; Mu 

NANCY ATKINSON HAMMOND Atlanta, Ga. 
Hal] Council '65-'66, Choir '65-'66, Muse Staff '65-'66, 
Belles Staff '65-'66, Y.R.C. Glee Club. '64-'65, May Day 
'64-'66. Mu. 

JULIA KATHRYN HANSEN Raleigh, N.C. 
May Day '62-'66, Stagecoach '63-'66, Glee Club '63-'66. 
YDC '64-'-'66, Mu. 



ANNA JEAN HANSON Jackson. Tenn. 
Y.W.C.A. '65-'66; Y.R.C. "65-'66; Altar Guild '66; Mu 
MARTHA EVELYN HARRELSON Southport, N.C. 
BELLES staff '64-'66; Orchesis '66; Glee Club '66; 
Y.R.C. '65; Mu 

PEGGY ANNE HAWES Charlotte, N.C. 
Y.R.C. '64-'66; BELLES staff '64-'66; Sigma-Mu '65; 
May Day '65; Mu 

JEAN RAE HERRIN Charleston. S.C. 
May Day '65; Choir '64-'66; Handbook Committee '64- 
'66, Editor '66; Legislative Body '66; MUSE '64-'66; 
BELLES staff '64-'66; Cold Cuts '66; Counselor '66; Sig- 
ma Cheerleader '64-'66; Sigma 
MARJORIE PAGE HORTON Raleigh, N.C. 
May Day '66; Sigma 

LINDA ALETHEA HOWELL Raleigh, N.C. 
Glee Club '65; May Day '65; STAGECOACH staff '64- 
'66; Y.D.C. '64-'66; BELLES staff '66; Dramatics Club 
'66; Sigma 

SARA" BENSON JACKSON Myrtle Beach, S.C. 
YDC '64-'66; YWCA '64-'66; Acolyte '64-'66; Altar 
Guild '64-'66; May Day '65; BELLES Staff '65-'66; Mu. 
ANN ELIZABETH JAMES Lynchburg, Va. 
May Day '65-"66; Orchesis '65-'66: Hall Counselor; Choir 
'65-'66; Mu. 

HETTI GREENWAY JOHNSON Fuquay Springs, 
N.C. 

May Day '63; Sigma Mu '62-'63; YDC '62-'66; Dramat- 
ics Club '62-'64; STAGECOACH Staff '65-'66; Muse 
Staff '64-'65; BELLES Staff '64-'66; North Carolina Vo- 
lunteers '65-'66, President '65-'66; Mu. 
LESLIE JOHNSON Pine Bluff. N.C. 
Altar Guild '65-'66; Acolyte '65-'66; May Day '65; Choir 
"65-'66; Sigma. 

NANCY MILLER JOHNSON Atlanta. Ga. 
Altar Guild '64-'66; CCUN '64-'66; BELLES Staff '64- 
'66; North Carolina Volunteers '65-'66; Acoyte '64-'65; 
Choir '64-'65; STAGECOACH Staff '64-'65; MUSE Staff 
'65-"66; Canterbury Club '64-'65; May Day '65-'66; 
YDC '64-'65; Mu. 



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MARY FOY JOHNSTON Eufaula, Ala. 
STAGECOACH Staff '65-'66; Altar Guild '64-'66; Sig- 
ma. 

PAMELA MACMURRAY JOYNER Townson. Md. 
YRC '65-'66; STAGECOACH Staff '65-'66; May Day 
'65; Sigma. 

HEATHER ANNE KILPATR1CK Richmond, Va. 
YWCA '64-'66; Honor Board '64-'65; Hall Council '65- 
'66: May Day "65-'66: Mu. 
SARAH ALICE KING Anmston. Ala. 
Marshall '65-'66; May Day '64-'65; May Court '65-'66; 
Altar Guild '65-'66; Sigma. 
SUSAN HOWE KIP Chapel Hill. N.C. 
Secretary of Student Government '65-'66; Secretary of 
Honor Board '65-'66; Hall Council '65-'66, Mu Cheer- 
leader '62-'66;May Day '62-'63; Choir '63-'66; YWCA 
'64-'66: Dramatics Club '62-'66; Outstanding Senior '65- 
'66: Sophomore Superlative "63-'64; Mu. 
MARIE KATHRYN KIRKSEY Morganton. N.C. 
Granddaughter's Club '64-'66: YRC '64-'66; Dramatics 
Club '64-'65. Altar Guild '64-'65; Junior Class Dance 
Marshall '64-'66; Circle '65-'66: Hall Council '65-'66; 
Chief Marshall '65-'66; May Court '65; Maid of Honor 
'66; Sigma. 

ANNE ELIZABETH KITCHIN Virginia Beach. Va. 
May Day '64-'66, Altar Guild '64-'65; Handbook Com- 
mittee '64-'65; Mu. 

CHERYL AMILE KOENIG Greensboro. N.C. 
Legislative Body Representative '64-'65, Belles '65-'66. 
Muse '64-'66. Editor. Hall Council May Day '64-'66 
ANN ROBERTA LASHLEY Greensboro, N.C. 
BELLES Staff '65-'66; STAGECOACH Staff '64-'66; 
Dramatics Club '64-'66, CCUN '65-'66; Altar Guild '64- 
'65; Glee Club '64-'66; Ensemble '64-'66; May Day '65- 
'66; Sigma. 

MARY JEAN LA WING Baltimore. Md. 
YWCA '64-'66; YDC '65-'66; STAGECOACH Staff "65- 
'66; May Day '65; Mu. 
ROBBI ANN LEACH Wilson, N.C. 
May Day '64-'66; MUSE '64-'65; Caperettes '64-'66; Sig- 
ma. 



BARBARA LYNN LEONARD Winston-Salem. N.C. 
Altar Guild '64-'66; Acolyte "64-'66; BELLE'S Staff '65- 
'66; Mav Day '65; Mu. 
FRANCES LEE LEWIS Laurinburg, N.C. 
Vice President of Student Government '65-'66; Vice Pres- 
ident of Honor Board '65-'66; Chairman of Legislative 
Body '65-'66; Hall Council '65-66; Orchesis '63-'66; Let- 
ter Club '63-'66; Sigma Cheerleader '62-'66. Head '64- 
'65: Dramatics Club '62-'66. President '64-'65; Beacon 
'63-'64; Vice President of Junior Class '64-'65; YWCA 
'62-'64; YRC '62-'65; Granddaughters Club '62-'66; May 
Day '62-'66, Disciplinary Committee '65-'66; BELLE'S 
Staff; Sophomore Superlative '64; Outstanding Senior 
'66; Crucifer '65-'66; Sigma. 

MARGARET RUTH LITTLE Fayetteville. N.C. 
Muse Staff '65-'66. Stagecoach '64-'65. C.C.U.N.. '65-'66. 
Dramatics Club '64-'66, May Day 65. Mu. 
EVELYN RAGLAND MARTIN Savannah. Ga. 
Circle '66; Chairman of Hall Council '66; Legislative 
Body '65-'66; YWCA '65-'66; Altar Guild '65-'66: Sigma 
Cheerleader '65-'66; STAGECOACH Staff '65-'66; Hall 
Council '65-'66; May Court '66: Outstanding Senior '65- 
'66; Sigma. 

ELIZABETH ANNE MASSEY Warrenton. N.C. 
Glee Club '64-'66: Vocal Ensemble '64-'66; May Day '64- 
'65; YRC '65-'66; Mu. 

SARAH ELIZABETH MEANS Spartanburg. S.C. 
Granddaughter's Club '65-'66; BELLES StafiT65-'66. Sig- 
ma. 

TONI MARIA MEANS Pitman. N.J. 
YWCA '64-'66, Dramatics Club '64-'66. May Day '64-'66. 
N.C. Volunteers, Secretary. Glee Club '66. Mu. 
MARY MELCHER Pinehurst. N.C. 
YRC '62-'64; YWCA '62-'64; May Day '63; Dramatics 
Club '62-'64; Order of Saint Genesius "65-'66. President 
'65-'66; Choir '63-'66, Vice President '64-'65, President 
'65-'66; Crucifer '63-'66; Vice President of Senior Class 
'65-'66: BELLES Staff '63-'66; STAGECOACH Staff; 
Sigma. 

BETTY CLARK MOORE Raleigh, N.C. 
May Dav '65; Handbook Committee '65-'66; Siama. 




JEAN LUSE MUCHMORE New Vernon, N.J. 
President of Junior Class "64-'65; President of Senior 
Class '65-'66; Legislative Body '64-'66; Dramatics Club 
'64-'66; Choir '64-'66; Sigma Mu '64-'65: Hall Council 
'65-'66; Circle '65-'66; Secretary '65-'66; May Day '64-'66; 
Cold Cuts '65-'66; Outstanding Senior '66: Mu. 
MARTHA ELIZABETH MYERS Charlotte, N.C. 
YRC '64-'66, YWCA '64-'66, May Day '64-'66. Cap- 
erettes "64-'66, President '65-'66. Mu Cheerleader. Hall 
Council, Mu. 

JULIE MAYO MCCOLLUM Marion. S.C. 
May Day '65; Altar Guild '64-'65; BELLES Staff '64-'65; 
YRC '65-'66; Sigma. 



MARTHA HARRIETTE POPE Robersonville, N.C. 

YWCA '64-'66; YDC '64-'66; Acolyte '65-'66;May Day 

'65; Sigma. 

SUSAN DEKOVEN POYNER Raleigh, N.C. 

Sea Saints '64-'65, Granddaughters Club, Stagecoach '64- 

'66, Business Manager '66 

ALICE HART PURDIE Dunn, N.C 

Mu Cheerleader '64-'66; Head "65-'66; Fire Captain '65- 

'66; Hall Council '65-'66; YDC '64-'66; YWCA '64-'66, 

Treasurer '65-'66; May Day '64-'65; BELLES '65-'66; 

Mu. 

MEMORY MARGARET ROCKWELL Wadesboro, 

Ga. 




NANCY AMELIA MCWHORTER Spartanburg, S.C. 
YRC '64-'66; Mu. 

BRYAN MOREHEAD PARKER Rocky Mount. N.C. 
Choir '65-'66; Sigma Mu '65-'66; Sigma. 
AMEY AVERILL PARSONS Darlington. S.C. 
Choir '65-'66; May Day '62-'66; Orchesis '65-'66; 
STAGECOACH Staff '64-'65. Editor '65-'66; Hall Coun- 
cil '65-'66; Cold Cuts; Dramatics Club '64-'65; Out- 
standing Senior '66; Movie Committee; MUSE Staff '64- 
'65; Sigma. 

BEVER.Y PEACOCK Fremont, N.C. 
Glee Club '64-'66; Vocal Ensemble '65-'66; Sigma Mu 
'64-'66: YDC '65-'66: Mu. 

SUZANNE OGBURN POOLE Colonial Heights. Va. 
Circle '65-'66; Hall Council '65-'66; Cold Cuts, Mu. 
Cheerleader '64-'66; Orchesis '64-'66, President "65-'66; 
May Dav '65-'66; YWCA '64-'66; Mu. 



Altar Guild '64-'66; Hall Council '65-'66; May Day '65- 

'66: Orchesis '65-'66: Sigma. 

JUDITH DRAKE ROGERS Laurinburg. N.C. 

May Day '65-'66; Sea Saints '64-'65; Hall Council '65- 

'66; Circle '65: Circle '65-'66; President '65-'66; Mu. 

VIRGINIA NEAL ROOT Tampa. Fla. 

CCUN '65-'66; Altar Guild '65-'66; Hall Council '65-'66; 

BELLES Staff '65-'66: Dramatics Club '65-'66; Sigma. 

MARY HINTON ROUNTREE Greensboro. N.C. 
Sigma Cheerleader '64-'66; Acolyte '64-'66; YWCA '64- 
'66; Treasurer of Junior Class '64-'65; May Day '65 '66; 
Crucifer '65-'66; Secretary of Senior Class '65-'66; Circle 
'65-'66; Sigma. 

NANCY BARR RUSSELL Greensboro. N.C. 
YWCA '64-'66; Altar Guild '64-'66: YDC "64-'66; May 
Day '65; Siama. 



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ELVA SHUFORD SCHMULLING Hickory. N.C. 
Letter Club '64-66, President, N.C. Volunteers. '65-'66, 
Granddaughters Cluh. Sea Saints "64-'65. Dramatics Club 
'65-'66, Sigma. 

MARCIAlPAGE SEPARK Raleigh, N.C. 
Granddaughters Club. May Day "64-'66. Hall Council, 
Treasurer of Senior Class. Statecoach '65-'66, Sigma. 
ANNE TALIFERRO SIMMONS Asheville, N.C. 
BELLES Staff '65-'66; YDC '65-'66; YWCA '65-'66; May 
Day "65; Acolyte '65-'66: Hall Council '65-'66; 
Granddaughters Club '65-'66; Sigma. 
STANLEY HUTCHINSON SMITH Summerville. S.C. 
Choir "64-'66; YRC '64-'65; May Day '65-'66; Literary 
Club '64-'65; Hall Council '65-'66; Sigma. 
SUSAN MCLEOD SOPER Atlanta, Ga. 
Hall Council '65-'66; May Day '66; YRC '65-'66; 
BELLES Staff '65-'66; Mu. 
LAMAR JEAN SPARKMAN Tampa, Fla. 
May Day '65-'66; BELLES Staff "65-'66; STAGECOACH 
Staff '65-'66; YRC '64- - 65; Sigma. 
SUSAN MOSELEY SPILLER Louisville, Ky. 
Sigma Mu '64-'65; BELLES Staff '64-'66; May Day '65; 
Mu. 

FRANCES THERESA STANLEY Statesville, N.C. 
YDC '64-'66. YWCA '64-'66. Altar Guild '65-'66, Belles 
Staff '65-'66. Sigma. 

SALLY KNIGHT STOTT Washington. DC. 
Muse '64-'66, May Day '64-'66, Movie Committee '65- 
'66, Literary Club, President, '64-'65. Dramatics Club '64- 
'66, N.A.G.T. Sigma. 

OLIVIA STEVENS TAYLOR Gatesville. N.C. 
YDC '64-'66; Glee Club '64-'65; YWCA '65-'66; North 
Carolina Volunteers "65-'66; Altar Guild '65-"66; May 
Day '65; Mu. 

PAMELA ELIZABETH THOMAS Burlington, N.C. 
May Day '63; kgma. 

JANE SHARON THURLOW Raleigh. N.C. 
Stagecoach '64-'66, Hall Council '66, Handbook Commit- 
tee '65-'66. Sigma. 

ALICE NORTON TRIPP Camden, S.C. 
May Day '63-'66; Hall Council '65-'66; Choir '65-'66; 
Honor Board '63-'65: YRC '62-'65; Dramatics Club '62- 
'64; Beacon '62-'64; Literary Club '64-'65: STAGE- 
COACH Staff '63-'64; Sigma. 
MARY BALFOUR TURNER Goldsboro. N.C. 
Choir "65-'66; May Day '65-'66; Mu. 
PAMELA LESLEY WHARTON Goldsboro, N.C. 
Y.D.C.. Hall Council. Belles Staff '64-'66. Editor '65-'66, 
May Day '65, Sigma. 

ELIZABETH MITCHELL WILBOURNE Emporia. 
Va. 

Dramatics Club '63-'66; BELLES Staff '65-'66; May Day 
"64-'65; Sigma. 

MARGUERITE NEWTON WILLIAMS Oxford, N.C. 
YWCA '65-'66; Granddaughters Club '64-'66; YDC '64- 
'66. Acolvte '65-'66, May Day '65; Sigma. 
LINDA LAMBETH WOOTTON Burlington. N.C. 
Hall Council '65-'66; STAGECOACH " Staff '64-'65: 
BELLES Staff "65-'66; MUSE Staff '65-'66; Dramatics 
Club '64-'66; YDC '64-'66 YWCA '64-'66; Acolytes '64- 



'66; President '65-'66; Altar Guild '64-'65; May Day '65; 
North Carolina Volunteers; '65-'66; Sigma. 
IRENE SACKELATIS XEPOLIS High Point. N.C. 
Caperettes '64-'66; Cold Cuts "65-"66; May Day '65-'66; 
Mu. 

MARGARET LYNN YELTON Winston-Salem. N.C. 
YWCA '64-'65; YDC '64-'65; May Day '64-'65; STAGE- 
COACH Staff '65-'66; Mu. 




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Much we have loved you. But speechless 
was our love, and with veils it has been veiled. 

Yet now it cries aloud unto you, and would 
stand revealed before you. 

And ever has it been that love knows not its 
own depth until the hour of separation. 

Kahlil Gibran 



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